Hear the largest moon in the solar system sing in new squeaky Juno video

The magnetosphere of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede sounds like a dial-up modem in a newly released audio clip from NASA.

This month the team behind the space agency’s Juno mission published new data from the spacecraft, which has been pirouetting around Jupiter and its many moons since July 2016. One of the most fascinating new troves of information about the Jupiter system is a 49-second audio track generated from data collected by Juno’s Waves instrument. The sounds were discussed at this year’s American Geophysical Union fall meeting, held in New Orleans and online from Dec. 13 to Dec. 17.